We’re here. Did you miss us?

Okay, we’re here. This is the guy who’s been babbling on the Airline Business blog and now he’s over in his own corner. midwest_premier_julie1.jpgYou can ignore him or respond, both at your own peril. Because this blog is entirely a personal perspective based on about 20 years of reporting about airlines, you’ll probably want to respond, even if it’s just to point out 1FAc.jpg that two decades of reporting does not necessarily make for wisdom. We do however remember both the good old days (to the right) and the bad old days. One thing we like to do is offer links, often to stories or reports about the subject at hand; if you have a link you want to suggest, send it along. Most of the topics that get out into Left Field will be airline strategies and tactics, often raised by the question, ‘what were they thinking?’ And of course some are raised by the profound admisssion, ‘Oh, I see. I didn’t understand.’
A few words about my life and times: I was born, went to school, spent four years in college in England (and still like the Brits), came to back to the US of A, taught school, worked in Congress, lost my hair davidfield_3_07_IMG_4112.JPG and became an airline reporter. In that order. There’s an artist’s misimpression above and to the left and a picture of how I think of myself above, also above and left.

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3 Responses to We’re here. Did you miss us?

  1. Brian Lusk February 7, 2008 at 2:05 pm #

    Hi David,
    Just stopped by to look over the new place. The Southwest Blog Team sends its best wishes for your new venture, and there has to be a story about the dog on the ramp!
    Brian

  2. Lenard Huckabee December 28, 2010 at 8:18 am #

    I had only previously noticed one web page when I googled into your site – I did not understand how extensive it is! Brilliantly performed! I hope you have earned awards for it, they’re deserved.

  3. Seo Services December 29, 2010 at 8:53 am #

    Love the blog here. Nice colors. I am definitely staying tuned to this one. Hope to see more.

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